In this second of a three-part,...
- Education Professionals
Enthusiastic science co-ordinator Katrine Shears gives hints and tips about successful investigations using her "sound" experiment as an example.
Year 6 at Bobbing Village Primary School are conducting their own investigations to find the most effective ways of muffling an alarm clock.
The film gives useful advice on how to run similar successful investigations. It also looks at what to do when the children don't get the answers they might expect, especially helpful for teachers who may lack confidence teaching science.
With expert input from Hellen Ward from Canterbury Christ Church University, Investigating Sound shows how much teachers and pupils learn from working with science investigations.
Part of the series: Staffroom Confidential